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Dialogue 1

The verb gustar means "to like". Gustar is similar to a reflexive verb, and it is most frequently used in the third person singular or plural.

Me gusta el libro.
      I like the book.
A él le gusta el libro.
      He likes the book.

Me gustan los libros.
      I like the books.
A él le gustan los libros.
      He likes the books.

La Ropa Nueva - New Clothes

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Alma: Buen día, hoy se te ve maravillosa.
Good day, you look wonderful today.

Edna: ¿También te gusta mi remera rosada?
Do you like my pink shirt?

Alma: Es admirable. Y no sólo a mí me gusta.
It's cute. And it's not only me that likes it.

Edna: Y a mí gusta el color naranja de la remera de Guille.
And I like the orange shirt by Guille.

Gustavo: El naranja es mi color preferido. Es muy agradable que a alguien más le guste también
Orange is my favorite color.

Alma: ¿Qué café vas a servirte Guille?
What coffee are you going to serve Guille?

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